/ London walls - emergency service discounts?
Out of curiosity why should they, especially as the Emergency Services aren't that badly paid compared to, well compared to any worker paid over minimum wage?
Not sure they 'should', it's just that some do. Recognition of a public service that often aren't that well paid actually.
No different to any other subsidies - children's bus fares, children eat free, 'Help for Heroes' free tickets to the Olympics, staff discounts to employees.
They are all down to the individual businesses.
The Reach does for police, fire, ambulance and the armed forces.
The Westway gives you the concessionary rate if you are in the job. No idea about LAS or Trumpton though?
> The Reach does for police, fire, ambulance and the armed forces.
What about the AA?
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